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Apple and Google are coming for your car

Ex-Google CEO Eric Schmidt’s new investment fund deepens his ties to national security interests

Florida’s social media free speech law has been blocked for likely violating free speech laws

How much longer can Google own the internet?

The abortion provider that Republicans are struggling to stop

Phones can be addictive. Sports betting, too. Now we’re combining them.

To catch an insurrectionist

Big Tech’s employees are one of the biggest checks on its power

What Google’s trending searches say about America in 2021

The case against Big Tech

Self-driving cars: The 21st-century trolley problem

Google’s plan to cut pay for remote workers who relocate is a bad idea

Apple shut down a voting app in Russia. That should worry everyone.

How a simple email address makes things complicated

Google and Facebook lead the way with Covid-19 vaccine mandates. Will corporate America follow?

Biden stacks his administration with yet another tech foe

Google is facing yet another major antitrust lawsuit

Trump’s lawsuits against Big Tech are just another fundraising tool

Trump’s lawsuits against Facebook, Twitter, and Google will probably go nowhere

Got the same name as a serial killer? Google might think you’re the same person.

Google is starting to warn users when it doesn’t have a reliable answer

Google’s plan to get rid of cookies isn’t going well

How your power company can remotely control your smart thermostat

People keep finding late loved ones on Google Maps

Big Tech has a battle ahead over antitrust regulation — and it’s going to get messy

What you need to know about the House’s opening bid to rein in Big Tech

What are you legally allowed to say at work? A group of fired Googlers could change the rules.

Google says it’s committed to ethical AI research. Its ethical AI team isn’t so sure.

Android’s new privacy features sure look familiar

Google’s plan to make search more sentient

The case for — and against — breaking up Google

At least one member of Congress thinks we need a government agency to regulate social media companies

Google is done with cookies, but that doesn’t mean it’s done tracking you

How YouTube swallowed the world

Why Facebook reversed its news ban in Australia

App trackers secretly sell your location data to the government. App stores won’t stop them.

Google is a tech giant now, but was that inevitable?

“Don’t be evil” isn’t a normal company value. But Google isn’t a normal company.

Inside Google’s transformation from a quirky tech startup into a global behemoth

Big Tech is so big it doesn’t need its founders anymore

Understanding is critical

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